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Angle Tolerant Dichroics
Oct. 12, 2009

Angle Tolerant Dichroics

The spectral data of interference filters are by nature very dependent on the angle of incidence. Typically the dichroics are defined for the 45 degrees angle of incidence (AOI). AHF analysentechnik offers dichroics for special geometries like 11 degrees AOI. Small optical systems often require dichroics with non- typical data, such as 31 to 59 degrees angle of incidence (e.g. defined by the optical data of the lenses) AHF analysentechnik offers different versions of angle tolerant dichroics: The spectral shift will just be half as wide as in comparable standard dichroic designs. more
ProgRes Best Image Results
Oct. 12, 2009

ProgRes Best Image Results

ProgRes microscope cameras deliver excellent image quality in light microscopy, whether natural colour reproduction or low-light fluorescence imaging are required. Simple image documentation or demanding image analysis due to the automatic functions of the software you can optimize your images with merely three mouse clicks. Additional software features supports you for optimization of your image capturing for different applications. ProgRes CapturePro is included in delivery of each camera. more
Matrox Iris P
Oct. 12, 2009

Matrox Iris P

The Matrox Iris P-Series family of programmable smart cameras are designed for professional developers and OEMs. The Iris P300C, Iris P700 and Iris P1200 join the Iris P300 with its monochrome 640 x 480 30 fps ¼"-type CCD sensor. Iris P300C offers a color 640 x 480 30 fps ¼"-type CCD sensor, Iris P700 includes a monochrome 1024 x 768 20 fps 1/3"-type CCD sensor and Iris P1200 offers a monochrome 1280 x 1024 7.5 fps ½"-type CCD sensor.

All models are powered by an Ultra Low Power (ULP) Celeron, an embedded Intel architecture processor. more
X-Beam Micro-XRF inside the SEM
Oct. 12, 2009

X-Beam Micro-XRF inside the SEM

Scanning electron microscopes are usually equipped with a variety of analytical accessories. The latest development in this respect is Integrated X-ray Fluorescence (IXRF) analysis using focused X-rays inside the SEM. IXRF utilizes the existing EDS hard- and software, required is just the X-Beam X-ray source with polycapillary optics and a software add-on. The main advantage is the low detection limit. more
Highspeed Imaging with 10bit CMOS Camera
Oct. 12, 2009

Highspeed Imaging with 10bit CMOS Camera

The 10bit CMOS camera pco.1200 hs has a superior image rate of 640 fps at full resolution (1280 x 1024pixel) which can be further increased by reducing the area of interest i.e. 1357fps at VGA resolution. With its 10bit pixels it comprises image memory in the camera (camRAM) of up to 4GB. Due to the ring buffer operation mode, the recordings can be stopped when the event has happened. Still the sequence of interest would be in the image memory, therefore the “history” is not lost. Like all cameras of the pco.camera family the user can select between two pixelclocks. more
Not Missing Any Detail...
Oct. 12, 2009

Not Missing Any Detail...

The cooled digital pco.2000 camera system has excellent features for applications, which require high resolution and high performance at low light situations. Especially at weak light situations the cooled 2048 x 2048 pixels with their 14bit dynamic are perfectly suited. The new approach with the primary image memory (camRAM ub to 4GB) being integrated into the camera enables new operation modes, like ring buffer recording. If the exact moment of a dynamic experiment is not known in advance, the camera simply is operated in ring buffer mode. more
Non Cooled Compact Camera
Oct. 12, 2009

Non Cooled Compact Camera

The improved pixelfly qe camera system combines superior sensitivity, i.e. superior quantum efficiency (up to 65%) with high performance (dynamic 12bit) in an ultra compact casing (39mm x 39mm x 68mm). The camera allows for short exposure times and a fast image transfer at noise levels, which are usually only found double as expensive cooled camera systems - 7 e- rms readout noise at ambient room temperature. These features enable the application to both, either low light situations or high dynamic requirements. The adjustable exposure times range from 5µs - 65s. more
UV-CCD Camera C8484-16C
Oct. 12, 2009

UV-CCD Camera C8484-16C

The Hamamatsu digital CCD camera C8484-16C is designed for applications in the ultraviolet spectral region. It is sensitive between 190 nm and 1000 nm and can be used together with excimer lasers at 193 nm (ArF) or at 248 nm (KrF). The quantum efficiency is 40 % at 200 nm. The high resolution of 1344 x 1024 pixels with a pixel size of only 4,65 µm x 4,65 µm opens new possibilities in mask inspection, in UV lithography and UV optics development. This camera is connected to a PC via CameraLink interface and provides 12 bit signals. more
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